Re: [foaf-protocols] Definition of WebID?

On Tue, Feb 8, 2011 at 8:19 PM, Nathan <> wrote:
> Melvin Carvalho wrote:
>> On 5 February 2011 03:42, Daniel Renfer <> wrote:
>>> Wouldn't the fact that it's able to access other resources imply that
>>> it is an Agent of some sort? The interpretation of what it takes to be
>>> an agent might need to be a bit broader then what it currently is.
>> I havent considered all possibilities of this but let's take an example.
>> An online account ( foaf : account ) has access to a bulletin board.
> a user X who holds Y has access to access to bulletin board Z ?
> it's not the account that has access, it's the account holder
>> Now AIUI an online account is normally disjoint from an Agent?

Wouldn't the agent part of the online account be the software that
runs the forum. The agent is then related to the user account by
{agent services account}

So the agent would be the running instance of the blogging software
running on a server providing services for a user account belonging to
another agent (person)

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